Local farmers are being encouraged to show off the cream of their crop for a regional wheat competition.
The ASC/Suncorp Bank Championship Dryland Field Wheat Competition is back on again in 2020, being run by Gunnedah Show Society.
There are two sections of the competition, for durum wheat and bread wheat.
Show society president Rob Witts believes there will be some great entries this year.
"This year we've got, at the present point in time, a wonderful winter crop season so there should be some very good wheat and durum crops out there," Mr Witts said.
"Last year there was not many districts that actually held a competition ... and that was in the drought, so there should be competitors in a really good year."
The competition wasn't held in 2018 as there were no entries due to the harsh drought, but in 2019 farmers delivered prize-winning crops with only 15-20mm of in-crop rainfall.
Rob Davidson, from the Wandobah area, had a winning crop of lancer wheat, and Ben Hubbard, from Spring Ridge, won with his crop of lillaroi durum wheat.
Competition convenor Mark Goddard said entries needed to be in by October 20.
"Crops in the Gunnedah region we're hoping will be judged shortly after entries close," Mr Goddard said.
"Anybody that thinks they've got a good crop should consider entering."
Judging for all entries is set to occur on one day, but this date hasn't been set as yet. North West Local Land Services' Bill Manning will be judging again this year.
Entries can be made by calling the Gunnedah Show Society on 6742 1867 or by emailing email@example.com
The top five crops of the local competition are then judged in the Central Region, and the winners of the four regions in NSW are chosen to determine the state winner.